lhendrix35

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About lhendrix35

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  • Birthday 03/05/1935

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  • Real Name
    Louise
  • Ravelry ID
    lhendrix35
  • Location
    Georgia, USA
  • Interests
    dolls, crochet, genealogy
  • Occupation
    ret
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    started in the mid 1950's, stopped for a long time started back after seeing the nice doll clothes
  • Favorite things to crochet
    doll clothes
  1. I made the dress first and made the doll to fit. I ran a pipe cleaner up into the hole in the bead and down into a spool I glued the spool onto a piece of cardboard to stabilize it. There are some instructions on the internet using pipe cleaners for the whole body.
  2. So cute!! Really nice headdress. Turkeys are good too. How are they displayed?
  3. Cute, good job with the expression.
  4. So cute!!
  5. Cute, nice effect with the pumpkin body.
  6. Cute!!
  7. So cute, love the red haired bee
  8. So cute!!
  9. Sweet
  10. So cute, I think the top can be worn both ways, front and back. Thanks
  11. It's not hard to do, just irritating. I start with one strand and two things to roll on. I roll both at the same time so they don't get tangled. When they begin to twist, I put clothespins on the rolled strands and let it hang to get out the twist. It is a pain, but for your tiny dolls, you won't need much Embroidery thread is a lot easier to separate than yarn.
  12. I have used embroidery thread for small things and also separated strands of small yarn like baby yarn, although that is still a bit large. I don't recall any problem with embroidery thread
  13. I like all three, but the turkey is special
  14. Thanks, the doll the designer dressed is a play doll, so it is much different from mine. It is on ravelry, if you would like to see.
  15. Using Kelli Newcome's dress pattern and vintage hat pattern